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Spring is around the corner, but winter’s not over yet. This month’s to-do list focuses mainly on the kitchen, with chores designed to clean your cabinets, stove, and range hood after a busy holiday season of cooking and entertaining.
In the winter, gardeners have to be creative to bring color and texture to an otherwise bleak landscape. One of the best ways to do this is by planting shrubs that produce winter berries. Not only will you get the bright berries themselves, but your shrubs will soon be decorated with a host of colorful, feasting birds.
Plant cells that are plump with water are stronger, so follow these tips when watering plants for freezing weather.
Brett asks, “During this latest cold snap, my koi fish pond has threatened to freeze over. What should I do?”
Ice by itself is not dangerous to koi. The danger is the reduced oxygen and increased toxic gases from the sealed water surface. Read on for more.
Extreme cold weather — brrr! — can be hard on your home.
Follow these tips when freezing weather, snow and ice hit your area.
Winter has arrived, and that means bundling up trying to keep warm. The pipes on your house need protection from the cold as well. Read on to find out how to prevent your pipes from freezing and some tips on how to thaw them out safely if they do.
While your garden waits out the winter, there’s still plenty to do as the weather cooperates.
Check our January Lawn and Garden To-Do List!